Luke Christian


Admissions: Arizona (2015), California (2018)


Mr. Christian exclusively practices Federal Indian Law, with a focus on tribal gaming, economic development, and tribal policy and regulation.Before joining Rosette, LLP in 2016, Mr. Christian clerked for the Honorable Patricia K. Norris of the Arizona Court of Appeals and practiced as a construction and insurance litigator.During law school Mr. Christian held leadership roles with the Arizona State Law Journal and the Homeless Legal Assistance Project while gaining experience working part-time in a variety of legal contexts, from an internship with the in-house legal department of an international construction company to extensive motion practice and legal research for aviation, probate, and business litigation firms.Before attending Arizona State for law school, Luke worked with non-profit agencies along the U.S.-Mexico border through Americorps.


Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University, J.D., cum laude, 2014.

Kenyon College, B.A. (Philosophy, minor in Mathematics), cum laude, 2009.


Research Editor, Arizona State Law Journal

William H. Pedrick Scholar

Dean’s Recruitment Scholarship

Director, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Homeless Legal Assistance Project

Contact Info

Sacramento Office
Tel: (916) 353-1084
Fax: (916) 353-1085